|HCA Policy Papers||
The Office of the Health Care Advocate (HCA) represents consumers, creates policy white papers, provides comments and testifies on health care policy issues in Vermont. This page has recent HCA policy papers, press releases, op-eds, comments and other resources.
|Missed the April Deadline for Property Tax Adjustment and Renter Rebate? File By Oct. 16!||
Depending on your income, you may be eligible for a reduction in your property taxes or a rebate on the rent you paid. The original due date for these forms was in April. However, you can still file with a $15 late fee.
|Special Education Resources & Topics||
The special education process can be hard to figure out. It is often described as the “special education maze.” Fortunately, you can find help through various groups and resources in Vermont.
|Stop Debt Collection Calls and Exempt Income letter||
Use this form letter to tell debt collectors to stop calling you and tell them that your income is exempt from collection.
|If You Are Denied for Choices for Care||
You may be told that you are not eligible for Choices for Care Long-Term Medicaid. If this happens, you must be told why you were denied. If you disagree, ask them to change their decision by asking for a “review” or making an “appeal.”
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|What is Medicare and What are Parts A, B, C and D?||
Medicare is health care coverage for people who are 65 and older, and for some people younger than 65 who have disabilities.
Medicare has different parts to it called Medicare Part A, B, C, and D. They are described briefly below.
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